Tel: 01434 381372

Email: enquiries@plantswithaltitude.co.uk

Tel: 01434 381372 Email: enquiries@plantswithaltitude.co.uk

Holiday Cottage

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Our Holiday Cottage

Ghyll Burn Holiday Cottage cottage has been renovated to a high standard, yet retains its old world charm with wooden beams and an old stairway turret with a slit window.

An ideal base for walking, cycling, and touring, watching wildlife or just relaxing.

The cottage is nestled in a secluded valley within our specialist Alpine Plant Nursery, just over a mile from Alston. It is an ideal base for walking, cycling,  touring, watching wildlife or just relaxing. Roe deer may wander by, the red squirrel may be seen in the tall trees or on the nut feeder as well as many species of birds nesting and visiting.

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Crocus banaticus

Crocus banaticus

The famous “Iris flowered Crocus” with lilac-purple flowers from October till December. A woodland species which prefers a damp garden spot. Continue Reading

Primula Tantallon

Primula Tantallon

Primula ‘Tantallon’. A wonderful and showy, but fairly easy hybrid, Primula whitei x Primula edgeworthii which is rarely offered for sale. The rich lavender-blue flowers appearing above the heavily silvered foliage in the early spring, sometimes now soon after the new year. Forms good clumps after several years which split well to spread them around.… Continue Reading

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About Us

The Nursery

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Contact Us

Neil and Sue Huntley

Hartside Nursery Garden, near Alston, Cumbria CA9 3BL

Tel or Fax: 01434 381372

For enquiries regarding Hartside Nursery and our Plants email us at;
enquiries@plantswithaltitude.co.uk

For enquiries regarding our Holiday Cottages email us at;
ghyllburn@plantswithaltitude.co.uk

Hartside Nursery

Hartside Nursery Garden stock the following plant families: Primulas, including auricula section Primulas, Primula allionii forms and hybrids and asiatic Primulas including Petiolaris Primulas; Erythroniums; Trilliums; Gentians; Roscoeas; Kabschia Saxifrages and Japanese Saxifrages; Weldenia candida; Uvularia; mini Hostas; Lewisias; Ericaceous shrubs including Dwarf Rhododendrons; Dwarf Shrubs including Sorbus and Salix; Dwarf Cornus; Podophyllums; Soldanellas; Parnassia; Corydalis; Anemones; Hylomecon; Hepatica: Small hardy Ferns.